High-Net-Worth Investors Doubling Down on Stocks | TIGER 21 Founder & Chairman Featured on CNBC.com
TIGER 21 Founder and Chairman Michael Sonnenfeldt was recently featured on CNBC, discussing current investment opportunities — noting that TIGER 21 Members see “some ‘real bargains’ in the stock markets.” While reviewing changes in Members’ asset allocations amid inflation and a potential recession, he mentioned that cash allocation is at an unusually high percentage, indicating that Members could be looking for deals and inflation hedges in the short term.
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TIGER 21 consists of almost 1,200 Members, and individuals must have at least $20 million in liquid assets to qualify for membership. Learn more about TIGER 21’s qualifications for membership here.